I have to tell you now, I’m an expert when it comes to men’s black faux leather jackets, I own at least four and my son has two, and since I’ve started focusing on faux leather three years ago, I started even collecting old jackets and restoring them, and needless to tell you that this has made me an expert when it comes to cleaning and keeping men’s black faux leather jackets as new.
Sometimes, I go to the flea market and I buy the cheapest and most damaged black faux leather jacket, it’s just a hobby I have, and when I come home, I spend at least one week caring for it, then, I will sell it for at least three times its price on eBay, I’m not trying to brag here, I’m only telling you that I know what I’m talking about and if you follow my advice, you will keep your men’s black faux leather jacket looking amazing over the years.
The first step is to have some friends!
Yes, your friends when it comes to your black faux leather jacket are: saddle soap and baby oil!
Indeed, these two products are very cheap and extremely important when caring for your black jacket, it’s because they are going to nourish, protect and even reinforce the faux leather fabric in it.
Then, every three months, take at least five tablespoons of baby oil, and a dry sponge, and start wiping and maintaining your jacket, this way, it will always look as new.
And every six months, apply saddle soap, it’s very nourishing and extremely protective when it comes to your faux leather fabric.
How about cleaning your men’s black faux leather jacket?
Whenever you’ve got a stain or a problem with your jacket, the first thing you need to do is to immediately look for a dry piece of cloth or a good sponge, a clean one of course, then, just use some warm water and wipe the affected area.
However, this is only temporary! When you come home, you should immediately get some baby oil and clean the affected area again, the oil is simply going to chase away the water that the faux leather fabric has absorbed and this is going to keep the fabric intact and safe against humidity, which is the worst enemy when it comes to your men’s black faux leather jacket.
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